Dr. John E. Hubley
The Dr. John E. Hubley Football Scholarship was established in 2013 by the Hubley family to honor their father's passion for the University, Red Raider Athletics, and the many student lives he touched during his commendable service at Shippensburg University.
Dr. John E. Hubley, a native of Shippensburg, received his undergraduate degree from Shippensburg University and his master's and doctorate degrees from the Penn State University. While attending Shippensburg University, Dr. Hubley was the captain of the 1949 Shippensburg Football team. He also played on the SU baseball team.
After graduating in 1950, Dr. Hubley taught and coached football and baseball at York Springs and Long Branch High School in New Jersey where his 1956 baseball team won the New Jersey Stale Championship, and his football team had three consecutive undefeated seasons. He then served as Assistant Dean of Men at Millersville University for a year before returning to Shippensburg University as acting Dean of Men and Assistant Football Coach. He became Director of Admissions in 1962 and Dean of Student Personnel in 1963. In 1977, Dr. Hubley assumed additional duties and was named Vice President for Administrative and Student Affairs. In June 1985, he was appointed Shippensburg University's first Executive Vice President. He was a member of the SU Foundation Annual Fund Presidents' Club and the General Alumni Association, and was selected in 1986 as a Charter Inductee to the Shippensburg University's Athletic Hall of Fame.
Scholarships associated with Dr. John E. Hubley